STMGolfBrochure-v7-081513-PG1.psdSTOMP The Monster™ Frank W. LaRocca Memorial Golf Outing – October 14, 2013
Bella Vista Country Club
Marlboro, NJ


Foursome $1100 (discounted)
Individual Golfer $300


7:30-8:15 am: Early Flight Registration & Continental Breakfast
8:30 am: Early Flight Shotgun Start
12:30 pm – 2:00 pm: Event Luncheon
12:30 pm – 1:15 pm: Late Flight Registration & Luncheon
1:00 pm: Silent Auction Opens
1:30 pm: Late Flight Shotgun Start
5:45 pm: Banquet Registration & Cocktails/Hors d’oeuvres
6:30 pm: Banquet Reception and Awards


Closest to the Pin
Closest to the Line
Longest Drive
Beat the Pro
$10,000 Putting Contest
Hole in One Wins a Car
$10,000 Hole in One


Corporate & Individual Sponsorships are available on a first-come, first-served basis. For information on securing sponsorships, please contact Frank LaRocca ( or 732.409.1144) or Kenny Pace ( or 908.391.2039). You may pay for your sponsorship online.

Overall Event Sponsorships

Diamond Supporter $10,000

Includes two foursomes, a reserved table for 12 for banquet/dinner, name on all lunch/dinner tables, premier recognition on website, all publications and in ad journal, with a double diamond page in ad journal.

Platinum Supporter $5,000

Includes one foursome, 8 banquet/dinner tickets, recognition on website, in publications and ad journal, with full platinum page in ad journal.

Item & Activity Sponsorships

Golf Towels $2,000
Golf Balls $500 per gross
Golf Cart $1,000 per flight
Driving Range $500 per flight
Breakfast $750 SOLD
Lunch $2,500 SOLD
Banquet Sponsor $5,000
Golf Tees $500 per 1000 tees
Tee Box $100
E-Golf Event Sponsor Sole $,3000
Shared $1,750

Contest Sponsorships

Closest to the Pin $250 SOLD
Closest to the Line $250 SOLD
Longest Drive $250 SOLD
Beat the Pro $350 per flight
$10,000 Putting Contest $1,500
Car Giveaway $500 per flight
$10,000 Hole in One $1,500


You may pay for your sponsorship online.


Full size of ad journal is 8.5” high x 5.5“ wide. Ad journal artwork should be created at the sizes specified below and emailed to Acceptable file formats are: Press-Quality PDF files (with embedded images at 300 dpi higher) and TIFF or Maximum Quality JPEG files (300 dpi at actual size as specified below).

[ ] Back Cover (7.5” high x 4.5” wide) SUBJECT TO AVAILABILITY $500

[ ] Platinum Page (7.5” high x 4.5” wide) $400

[ ] Full Page – Color (7.5” high x 4.5” wide) $250

[ ] Full Page – Black (7.5” high x 4.5” wide) $200

[ ] Half Page – Black (3.625” high x 4.5” wide) $150

[ ] Business Card (2” high x 3.5” wide) $100

[ ] Booster (3 lines) $75

You may pay for your Journal ad online or by using the Registration Form below (via mail using a check).

Please specify ad size and make checks payable to:

Frank W. LaRocca Memorial Foundation

83 South Street

Freehold, NJ 07728

Golf Attire Required

Bella Vista Country Club is a private club, which requires traditional golf attire on the course as well as in the clubhouse facilities. Collared shirts required. No jeans, sweat suits or t-shirts are permitted.

A Message from Frank J. LaRocca

In February 2006, my father, Frank W. LaRocca, lost his battle with lung cancer. Since his passing, we have all witnessed similar losses of family and friends. We have also watched, and helped, friends and family who were fighting their battles in their time of need.

In 2010, a new enemy surfaced, affecting our good friend and supporter, Seth Grumet. Of course, friends and family rallied around him making his and his family’s battle far less imposing than the less fortunate. It was this outpouring of support that lead to the establishment of STOMP The Monster™, a charitable organization dedicated to helping those who are affected by cancer when they need it most.

We hope you will share this special day with us and support this worthy cause once again and this time help us STOMP The Monster!

Warmest Regards,

Frank J. LaRocca

All proceeds from the STOMP The Monster™ Frank W. LaRocca Memorial Golf Outing will be donated to: STOMP The Monster™, Lungevity, and The LaRocca Memorial Scholarship Fund in the form of two $2,000 scholarships awarded to children who have lost parents to cancer.